« Brothers-in-arms face off in field meet | Main | Team Work: Marines continue tradition with Colorado Rockies »

Prioritizing the prevalent threats: 3/3 Marines patrol to improve counter-IED measures

4/29/2011 By Cpl. Reece E. Lodder , Marine Corps Base Hawaii

MARINE CORPS TRAINING AREA BELLOWS, Hawaii β€” On a dusty road weaving through walls of dense brush, a squad of Marines silently pushes through another patrol. Their training is far from glamorous, but it’s their forte β€” they've been taught, practiced, made mistakes, succeeded and repeated the process. For these frequently deployed infantrymen, breaking in their boots during training is essential for their success overseas.

For more on the 3/3:

http://www.marines.mil/unit/mcbhawaii/Pages/Prioritizingtheprevalentthreats33Marinespatroltoimprovecounter-IEDmeasures.aspx